Passage: From Darkness to Light, The


(4 customer reviews)

A mysterious, suspense-filled adventure, The Passage describes the journey we must take as we grope through the darkness, searching for a way out of our desperate circumstances. Arthur, Emma, and Asahel represent a cross-section of people who have either decided to veer off the chosen path or are on the brink of discovery!

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4 reviews for Passage: From Darkness to Light, The

  1. anonymous (verified owner)

    Good Message, Confusing Execution This was a nice little story about three children, all seeking different things in difficult circumstances. While a deeper faith comes to all three in the course of events, the events were difficult to follow, even for an adult. The author frequently goes back in time to relate events from multiple perspectives which leaves the story feeling choppy and the reader disoriented.

  2. anonymous (verified owner)

    Great For Parents And Children. “The Passage” draws allegorical connections between the struggles of Arthur, Emma, and Asahel and the journey from head knowledge of God to heart wisdom of His principles. Gives opportunity for parents to speak about the pride fullness of Arthur, the inquisitiveness of Asahel, and the noble, content joy of Emma. Also leads up to the climax with a great gospel message. Four stars, as it took a while to get the ball rolling with the plot.

  3. anonymous (verified owner)

    Highly Recommended Not just for young readers.

  4. anonymous (verified owner)

    Be Ever Ready As I started this story, I was wondering how it would end. The taciturn uncle, taking care of his niece and nephew, the mischievous nephew who can’t find anything pleasant about being removed from school and living in such an out of the way place, and the sweet niece who is trying so hard to lead the others to Christ.
    Reading this story, I was touched by the way that Asahel held the few tattered pages in his possession in such high regard, and his desire to know if the words on the few pages were true. I was convicted by Arthur’s inability to answer him, and Asahel’s reaction to his inability – and I made a resolve to study the Scriptures more myself, to be able to give an answer of the hope I possess.

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